NEW! wylerCLINO / Frame ±10°
wylerCLINO instruments are portable precision measuring instrument for inclinations ±10° (formerly BlueCLINO)
Product line wylerCLINO ±10° / wylerCLINO Frame ±10°
The wylerCLINO product line combines the need of large maeasuring ranges and highest accuracy. wylerCLINO and wylerCLINO Frame with measuring range ±10° in cast iron, prismatic measuring bases scraped.
wylerCLINO and wylerCLINO Frame ...
- are equipped with radio data transmission
- have a large and very easy-to-read color display
- can indicate all current units
- have internal software to perform simple zero setting with a reversal measurement
- can be adjusted to local gravity
- Fulfils the strict CE requirements (immunity against electromagnetic smog)
wylerCLINO and wylerCLINO Frame …
- offer various display methods such as bar graphs or spirit levels
- Rugged housing, with prismatic bases made of either aluminum hard anodized or cast iron, nickel plated
- Built-in cross vial for easy alignment of the vertical axis avoiding “twist errors”
- Powered by standard 1.5 V batteries, rechargeable batteries or with mains adapter
- Magnetic inserts optional
The inclination measuring instrument wylerCLINO is optionallly equipped with an integrated calibration set-up for a quick calibration procedure which enables the calibration without complex means. On the backside of the instrument precisely manufactured and placed holes are available for installing the dowel pins as calibration aids. These pins are part of the delivery and can be inserted into the holes. With the quick calibration method the values at + and - 45° as well as the exact zero value can be adjusted. By this procedure the instrument can be set to a sufficiently high precision for most of the applications. For more details see "VIDEOS/TUTORIALS".
Selection of possible displays
The BlueCLINO can be delivered with an internationally recognised Calibration Certificate against a surcharge
Dimensional drawings for wylerCLINO ±10°
Dimensional drawings for wylerCLINO Frame ±10°
Simple comparison of a left and a right vertical guideway
Quick calibration of the inclination measuring instrument BlueCLINO
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING / INCLINATION OF A HUGE BEARING RING
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING / MACHINE TOOLS / ADJUSTMENT ANGLE OF A TOOL
FORMULA 1 CAR RACING
MAPPING A GOLF GREEN
Measuring task / Goal:
Mapping of the inclinations on the Green areas of a Golf course.
Some golf courses in England measure the flatness of the „Green“ in a simple way. A special vehicle has been constructed, on which two CLINOTRONIC are mounted in a right angles to each other.
Both are connected to a small printer. The green is checked according to a pre-set pattern and at each measuring point, after a short stop, the inclination angles determined in the two directions are recorded and printed.
CONTINEOUS CASTING / DIE TAPER
Continuous casting is a process where molten metal is continuously feed to a cooled die, which is open on the lower end. For a successful process, chilling of the metal is precisely controlled. The correct taper angle is crucial for a successful process.
The taper angle shall be precisely measured and adjusted. Precise results shall be possible in the workshop, while preparing dies, as well as on the casting line where severe conditions are common. Weight should allow easy handling by 1 person.
RADIO ONCOLOG / CALIBRATION ON LINAC MECHANICS
In order to keep service downtime of the Linac as short as possible, en efficient and accurate way to calibrate Gantry settings, collimator angle and to adjust Couch Roll is needed.
Measuring task / Goal:
The small dimensions (100x75x30 mm) and the light weight (485 Gramm) together with the 4 precise measuring bases situated around the periphery, make the CLINOTRONIC Plus the ideal instrument for the calibration task.
MEASURING OF THE INCLINATION OF THE ROAD SURFACE
Roads are cambered in the middle to ensure a proper drain of the rainwater. The inclination of this camber must be within certain tolerances to guarantee a safe driving.
The inclination of the road must be measured regularly during the placement of the road surface to ensure that the inclination remains within the tolerances. The measurements must be made by road workers at various temperatures (summer and hot tar) and even at insufficient light conditions (evening).